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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                PITT IOWA ri L rj rv t ft HIS MEM I OEPT OF A 1 A NOTRE DAME INDIANA 3 3 4 V HI m m NEBRASKA K9 NORTHWEST North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home CORNELL la MICH STATE BE3BHOS OKLA AGGIESfsl MINNESOTA K3 THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALI NORTH IOWANS NKIGHBOltS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE NO 277 Laval Visit Is Formal Frenchman Will Not Sit on Log Like MacDonald CHARLES 1 STEWART ON 1lrjh Oct Z CPA French Premier V V j Pierre Lavals f W j heartto heart J 4 talk with Presi dent Hoover scheduled to take place toward the end October promises to be a different type of international af fair from Mr Hoovers famous chat with Prime Minister Ramsay M a c D o nald of England in 1929 The president and his guest from London itwill be remembered exchanged ideas seated together on a log spanning the Rapidan head waters whence their conversation has been called the Rapidan con ference ever since At Lavals visit will be pretty late in the season for a prolonged out door debate besides which the Gal lie cabinet chief is described as a formal person who probably would not be at all at ease perched on a log across a rushing stream with his feet dangling above the current MOREOVERaccording to the tes timony of folk who know him well Premier Laval is Prime Minis ter MacDonalds opposite temper amentally and philosophically The Briton was en rapport with Mr Hoover from the instant of their first handclasp To anyone in the least acquainted with the president the briefest ob servation the English statesman was sufficient explanation of the ilpfSsoSiH D BY ALL Estate May Be Smaller Than Thot Because of Gifts and Yachts LONDON Oct 3 death of Sir Thomas Lipton who was the worlds finest loser as a yachts man was mourned today by Britons from the exclusive confines of the royal yacht squadron to the slums of his native Glasgow As plans for his funeral went for ward there was much speculation as to the size of his estate and who would inherit it He never married and was the last of his family The old rumor that he had set aside a large sum years ago to be in carrying on the assault3 against the American cup after his death was rejuvenated but it was too early for definite information The reports were current that several charitable institutions would benefit by his will but they appar ently were based on remembrances of his philanthropic disposition and his oC nearly 200000 pounds to the poor of London on the occasion of Queen Victorias jubilee Altho ha was reputed to be many times a millionaire some observers held that his estate likely would prove less valuable than popularly surmised because of his many gifls and the immense sums spent on his line of shamrock yachts This afternoon Ambassador Charles G Dawes conveyed presi dent Hoovers sympathy on the death of a distinguished British subject whose spirit of true sports manship and whose friendship with the United States won the whole hearted respect of the American SOUND SAYS LAM AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Sue is the haughty kind that can ask for a 44 With out lookin embarrassed or sayin something apolo getic Turner Suggests Rediscount Corporation BANK OFFICIALS OF IOWA TO BE May Be Asked to Accept Paper on Corn and Livestock DES MOINES Oct 3 mation of a rediscount corpora tion by Iowa bankers as a step to ward financing the holding of and livestock was proposed today by Gov Dan Turners farm commit tee At the suggestion of the commit tee State Bank Director L A An drew prepared to call on Wednesday of bank officials to con sider the proposal Insurance com pany headsalso were to attend It was proposed that banks ac cept certificates on corn and paper on livestock at a low rate of inter est under the state warehouse act Reaction Favorable When the banks found It neein1 sary to dispose of the paper the bankers credit corporation would be called upon to take it over Mark Soeth Emmet county farm er who suggested the plan at the meeting tiie farm committees to dty said he found a favorable re action in talking with bankers that there is plenty ot money in Iowa to finance farmers in holding their product for higher prices he said banks needed a guarantee that they could dispose of their paper A holding company of bankers he believed would meet tho situation The action on the resolution fol lowed a report by Governor Turner on his conference with federal re serve bank officials in Chicago on lower farm credits He explained the officials had offered nothing definite to meet the Iowa situa tion No Federal Aid Governor Turner said that as a result of his visit and the recent trip to Washington he believed that whatever Iowa accomplished it it would have to do largely for it self He said however he had not abandoned hope of obtaining aid of the farm board in pegging the price of corn The governor advised the com mittee that he was preparing let ters inviting neighboring states to join Iowa in the movement to boost the prices of farm commodities States to be included are Iowa Illi nois Nebraska Missouri Minne Turit In Illgc II Collins I SCENE OF CORNERSTONE CEREMONY ritfito ty Took Other riclurrs on rupo MDONALD MAY SEEK ELECTION Will Run Again If Either Faction of Labor Party Supports Him LONDON Oct 3 Min ister MacDonald again repudiated by his constituents said today he would run for reelection to parlia ment from Seaham harbor if labor leaders of either official or unof ficial organizations invited him to be a candidate Hia decision was viewed as a chal lenge to the Seaham Harbor labor executive which reiterated its decis ion to support another candidate last night after he had explained his reasons for heading the national government and asked for its en dorsement Under any circumstances he would have a tough battle in his present constituency it was be lieved The conservative and liberal candidates polled only 12000 votes there in the last general election as compared with his 35615 Mr MacDonalji visited King George this morning to keep him informed on the latest p9litical de velopments tending toward a gen eral election the latter part of the month The cabinet will meet Mon day to prepare a manifesto which Is expected to appeal for a free hnnd for the prime minister and his ministry in bridging the nation over its present difficulties Above shows Iho scene upon which those attending tlfo cornerstone laying ceremony for the new post office Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock will look The picture wns taken from tho northeast corner of the build ing looking toward tho corner of Delaware avenue and Second street northeast NEGRO SUSPECT SHOT BY YOUTH Accused by Girl of Slaying Sister Officers Guard Against Riot BIRMINGHAM Ala Oct 3 moment after Miss Nell Wil liams society giii reaffirmed identification of a isegro held as the slayer of her sister and another girl in a mountain holdup he was shot down in the jail by her broth er Dent Williams The shooting came as a dramatit climax to an inquiry Assistant Solicitor J M Long was conducting at the Jefferson county prison last night in the presence of members ol the Williams family Officers on Guard Today the Negro Willie Peter 3 was in a critical conditio at a hospital here while city and county officers stood guard with riot guns to prevent possible dis order More than 100 members of the Alabama national guard were mobilized Peterson wag anested Sept 2i when Miss Williams pointed bin out on the street as the Negro wlvi held up her automobile Aug 4 shot her and fatally wounded her sistei Augusta and n friend Miss Jonuiu Wood after keeping them captive several hours on a lnely roud Identified us Slayer Miss Williams had reiterated her identification of Peterson at the jail and officers began to question him further when Iier 25 year old brother whipped out a pistol and fired five times Two of the shots took effect in the Negros chest and one in his left arm Williams was arrested on a charge of assault with intent to murder and later released under bond Williams declined to make a statement but his attorney said he was so convinced the Negro wa the slayer that he was unable to restrain himself Football Weather on Tap to Meet Dictates of Iowa Enthusiasts DES MOINES Oct 3 T A kindly weatherman decreed moder ate temperatures and generally fair football meet the dictates of Iowa pigskin enthusiasts today In some parts of the state it was cloudy however and meteoroligist Charles D Reed of the United States weatherbureau predicted lo cla showers and cooler for Sunday Temperatures continued moderate and from five to ten degrees above normal in most parts of the state In the 21 hour period ending today A maximum of 82 degrees was re ported at Davenport Des Moines and Sioux City Charles City reported the lowesl reading last night degrees Football Scores FIRST PERIOD Wyoming 0 Creighton 0 Bueknell 0 Geneva 0 Providence 0 Holy Cross 6 Bates 0 Harvard Knox 0 Army 13 St Lawrence 0 Colgate 7 Rico 0 Oklahoma G SECOND PERIOD Knox 0 Army 41 Bales 0 Harvard M Western Reserve 0 Purdue 11 Brudley G Wisconsin Hi St Lawrence 0 Colgate 20 Central State Teachers 0 Sliclugan Maine 0 Yale 13 Cincinnati 0 Ohio State 40 Butler 0 Ohio U 20 William nnd Miiry n Navy i THIRD PERIOD Central State Tcuuhcrs 0 Michigan 21 Western Reserve 0 Vtirduu 28 Cincinnati fi Ohio Stutis 40 IWalno 0 Yale 18 FINAL Central StateTeachers 0 Michi gan 27 IOWAPITTSBURGH FIRST IEKIOI Captain Sansen kicked off and Milligan guard returned to the 37 yard line Three line plays failed and Hogan got off a poor punt to the Iowa 45 yard line Milligan stopped two line smashes and after a five yard penalty Hickman punted outside on the Pitt 31 yard line Clark and Heller made first down on two plays on the Pitt 32 yard line Panthers were penalized 15 yards for holding but Reider broke loose around left end for 33 yards and a first down on Iowas 38 yard line A pass Heller to Reider waa good for 20 yards but Reider with a touchdown almost in sight fell as the Hawkeyes swarmed on him The ball was on Iowas 1G yard line for a first down Clark went thru center on a fake to the one yard line and Reider circled his left end for a touch clown Marmurdos place kick for the extra point was wide Pittsburgh G Iowa 0 MacMurdos went to San sen wno returned to Iowas 26 yard line Iowa tried a quick kick but it colled only to Pitts 3G yard line The Panthers spinner plays were working beautifully and made two successive first downs to carry the ball to Iowas 38 yard line Hellers pass was intercepted by Hickman on Iowas 24 yard line Iowa failed to gain and Kriz punted Hogan re turning to Iowas 35 yard line Two more spinners and two line smashes carried the ball to the 14 yard line Third down and one to go as the quarter ended Score Pittsburgh 6 Iowa 0 SECOND PEIUOD A line smash took the ball to the 11 yard line and Reider went thru Iowa right tackle for a touchdown MacMurdos try for the extra point was good Pittsburgh 13 Iowa 0 GLASGOW MOTS ARE PUT DOWN Battle of Police Against Job less Rages for More Than Six Hours GLASGOW Scotland Oct 3 JP most vindictive rioting and looting in years extending inter mittently over two nights and a day came to a climax early today when police swept the streets clean and restored order Resuming about lastnight the battle between jobless men dem onstrating against dole reductions and the forces of the law raged for more than six hours An undeter mined number of the rioters and several police were Injured and up wards of 100 arrests were made The outbreaks occurred in all parts of the city without warning Their object seemingly was the theft and destruction of property as much as a protest against the governments economy measures This morning 18 men arrested in Thursday nights fighting appeared In court and were remanded until Wednesday lolm McGovern a labor m p who was among the group pro tested that he was a victim of a frameup Another of the prison ers was Jean Gibson a 17 year old jirl who was released later on bail Markets at Glance a NEW YORK U S Steel and rails at new lows rails and utilities advance decline resumed Foreign exchanges Irregular sterling sags heavy hedge sell ing CHICAGO weakness Wai street forecast beneficial rain good harvesting weather bearish farm reserve esti mate to lower NELLIE PARISH KILLED AS AUTO IS HIT BY TRAIN Garner Boy Succumbs to Injuries Received in Accident NELLIE PARISH 11 years old 2251i South Federal avenue was killed when the car in which she was riding was struck by a Chicago anl Northwestern train at oclock Friday evening at the crossing on Nineteenth street at the corner of the fairgrounds Joe Boughey Nora Springs driver of the car received a broken arm and chest injuries hut physicians at Park hospital where he was taken said he would recover The car was going west and the rain freight 132 was headed south or Belle Plaine according to rail road officials who made an investi ation Saturday morning The bell vas ringing and the whistle blew for the crossing railway officials declared Taken to Hospital Police Sheriff G E Creos and Dr J E McDonald county coroner were summoned and an ambulance called to take Boughey to the hos pital The fire department answered a calt madewhen a shorted wire in the wrecked automobile started to smoke Mrs Parish was still in the auto mobile when found Death was probably caused by a puncture under the shoulder blade according to Dr McDonald She also received a broken left leg ana an injury on the back of her neck The automomle was demolished It was carried about four car lengths south along the track ac cording to Sheriff Cress The wreck ed machine was hauled to the Speed way garage Mrs Parish is survived by her father C A Berg Marshall town who has been informed of the acci dent by officers No arrangements had been made concerning the fu neral Saturday forenoon The dead woman is also survived by a daugh ter at Grand Island Nebr anl two sisters in the west To Hold Investigation An investigation of the accident will be made as soon as witnesses can be gathered according to Dr McDonald The train crew was at Belle Plaine Saturday The body in at the McAuley funeral home Mrs Parish had lived at the Ifed eral apartments since a year ago Sept 21 according to Mrs E L Noble manager of the apartments Mrs Parish helped with the room work nnd the housework Mrs Noble said A man came to Mrs Parishs apartment about 10 oclock and they went out together shortly after ward Mrs Noble said That was the last time she was seen by Mrs Noble Will Rogers EL PASO Tex Oct old big boys work fast and nwny ahead of time big bankers are coming down from New York daily to show President Hoover that the debt moratorium should be extended maybe a year may be five years They didnt know which but they were sure they should be cancelled entirely In that way it would nmke it eas ier foj them to collect the money that was owed them personally Mr Hoover ought to told em Boys I will cancel half they owe us if you will cancel half they owe you That would have checked their philanthropy Yours WILL ROGERS PLAN HELD GARNER VICTIM DIES Injuries suffered by Jerry Gro boty 4 son of Mr and Mrs R G Grobaty Garner when he was rim over by a car resulted in his death at a local hospital Friday night The body has been taken to Gar ner where funeral services will be held Jerry suffered internal injuries and bruises on his body He had been in a serious condition since he was hurt in tho accident which occurred Thursday morning on a street at Garner According to witnesses the liltle boy had been to church with his mother and on hearing the school bell ring dashed out between parked cars nnd into the path of an auto driven by Wiley Weaver high school student Wheels of the auto passed over the boys body Mr Grobaty Is a game warden Planning Board Urged to Keep Trade Balance WASHINGTON Oct 3 ional planning to keep production and consumption balanced is fav ored by many business leaders as a preventive of depressions The idea Is embodied in a re port which a committee the Chamber ot Commerce ot the Uni ted States headed by Henry 1 Harriman of Boston has given to the chambers board of directors for approval Another committee has told the directors it would remove a cause of irritation if Japan China and other far eastern countries were placed on an immigration quota basis The discrimination against the Japanese it said has handicap ped American trade Watched liy Hoover The chambers search for depres sion preventives and antidotes has had the close attention of President Hoover Recommendations it makes to forestall future business slumps will be studied carefully by him The need for some sort of national planning board to make production and consumption pull together in double harness was agreed upon by the Harriman committee soon after it began work several months ago Response Favorable Questionnaires seeking the opin ion of businessmen and trade asso ciations brot generally favorable responses altho there were differ ences as to the authority and make up of the board Its delving has also convinced the committee that rotating employ ment during hard times is prefer able to keeping some men at work on full pay while others are laid off altogether The prevention of inflation in commodity andsecurity values was advocated tliru strict supervision exchanges State Must Not Have to Bear All Work of Relief NEW YORK Oct 3 underlying soundness of tho American situation was stressed by Thomas W Lament partner of J P Morgan nnd company in a speech discussing business and em ployment published today We have clearly in sight the ele menti of business and industrial recovery he said It remains for the community to utilize these ele ments Our people must regain con fidence in themselves In the under lying strength of our American In stilutiLns Dole Not American The dole he continued may be the method of meeting unemploy ment in some countries but it is not the American way Time he said will cure some of the ills of the current business de pression Concerning unemployment he warned that unless thru private efforts we do our share to relievo the situation we shall inevitably load all the burden upon the state Tliis he said is a situation not to be desired Ignore TToundutlon i Many povsonsIgnore the underlying soundness W tho American situation No country in i FOOTBALL IN SUNRISE Full accounts of the Saturday fnothall games will be curried in tho Sunrise Kdltlnn on the streets at 7 oclock p m Receivers Named for Auto Trunk Company SIOUX CITY Oct 3 M Kirman receiver for the Sioux Na tional bank and H M Lyon for mer employe of the bank were named Friday by Judge A O Wake field as receiver for the KariKcen Manufacturing company auto trunk manufacturers CEDAR FARMER Paul Moore Arrested at Des Moines Troops Start for Home TIPTON Oct 3 Moore a farmer living five miles from West Branch today was released on flOOOO bond following his ar rest in Des Moines on a charge of conspiracy to violate tho stnte com pulsory bovine tuberculin testing law Moore was brot here in the cus tody of Sheriff Foster Maxson of Cedar county and Rich Anderson intelligence officer at Camp Mofitt where national guardsmen have been stationed to enforce adminis tration of the law Lradrr Signs ItoiKl J W Lenlter Witton Junction farmer nnd leader of those opposing the tests who himself faces charge of conspiracy nntl one of re moving quarantined cattle from hirf farm and Henry Grunder another Wilton Junction farmer signed the bond No time was set for his arraign ment He appeared before Chnre B Porter clerk of the Cedar county district court Judge H C Ring of to 1ngo 11 Column the world is blessed with so many natural resources as ours There is no royal road to recov ery But in state of unreasonable apprehension or fear it will never arrive It is high timeonce and for all for us to take counsel not of our fears but of our reason Mr Lament spoke at a meeling of 250 financiers and business lead ers constituting tho general com mittee of the emergency unemploy ment relief organization DISCUSS SITUATION WASHINGTON Oct 3 President Hoover today discussed the European economic situation at breakfast conference with Ber nard Baruch New York financier Baruch has just returned from Europe where he surveyed the in dustrial and economic situation No details the conference were dis closed nt the white house Baruch declined to discuss his talk with the president During the morning Mr Hoover ilso conferred with Secretary Stim son but no information was forth coming as to thoir topic President Hoover and 12 guesls expected to leave the capital by mo or during the afternoon for a week end at his Rnpitlun mountain cnmp The presidential guest lint in cludes Judge Irvine L Lcnroot of the court of customs appeals here and Julius Barnes Chairman of tho executive committee of the United Slates Chamber of Commerce nnd Mrs Barnes IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy probably locul shouTrs beginning Saturday night or Sunday cxcnt gener ally iair Siiiuluy In extreme west porllmi cooler Sunrltiy anil in extreme west portion Saturday nighl LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figure5 for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday 82 A only light shower at a few minutes noon lasted WEEKLY FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginning Oct 13 For the upper and lower Missouri valleys and the not thorn and central great plains not much precipitation likely temperatures near or abovo normal for the most part   

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